Re: [76attendees] Soccer, part III

Eric Burger <eburger@standardstrack.com> Fri, 30 October 2009 15:41 UTC

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Scott - You're never too old!

As for size: if we are doing outdoor, 12-14/side is great.

If we are doing indoor, 5 on the field and 10/side is great.

My understanding is futsal is in between in intensity to outdoor and  
indoor, meaning we could either do the 3-team rotation or just do lots  
of subs. I know I won't play the whole time :-)

[There will be beer nearby, yes?]

On Oct 30, 2009, at 8:47 AM, Scott Brim wrote:

> JINMEI Tatuya / 神明達哉 allegedly wrote on 10/30/2009 2:53 AM:
>> I don't know
>> what kind of shoes are allowed (at least use of "spike shoes" seems  
>> to
>> be prohibited).
>
> I'm too old to play with you "youngsters" but I used to, and cleats
> would be a bad idea.  There are shoes designed for it.  Sneakers are
> tolerable as long as they are not built for jogging, with a wide  
> bottom
> -- you'll catch an edge and hurt your ankle.
>
>> One possible concern: doodle indicates 14 people have shown interest
>> (for Thursday).  Is a single futsal court sufficient for this size of
>> group?  My general understanding is that a futsal game is normally
>> played by 10 player in the field and since it's pretty hard players
>> are in/out frequently - so I think 14(-ish) are actually a good size
>> of group, but if anyone familiar with futsal thinks it's too
>> optimistic please point it out.
>
> My favorite way of handling this was to split into three teams and
> rotate through frequently.  A particular team is on the field for two
> rotations, and thus plays both the others.
>
> You can also play six on a side.
>
> Scott